Saying what you did and what you used to do

In this lesson we consolidate our knowledge of the comparative. We practise the word 'früher' with the perfect tense to say what you used to do. We also learn the meanings of noch when used with the comparative, and practise the sounds of the language 'zw' and 'schw'.

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Q1.Wie schreibt man 'better' auf Deutsch?

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Q2.What is the antonym for 'billig'

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Q3.'gefährlich' means dangerous. How do we say 'more dangerous'?

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Q4.Which is the following is a synonum for 'häufig'

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Q5.What is the comparative form of 'lang'?

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Q6.Wie sagt man 'sicher' auf Englisch?

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Q7.Wie schreibt man 'expensive' auf Deutsch?

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Q8.'Mehr' means....

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Q9.'noch' means

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Q10.Which option means 'bigger than'

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Q11.Which option means 'not as big as'

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

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Question 4

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Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Q1.Wie schreibt man 'better' auf Deutsch?

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Q2.What is the antonym for 'billig'

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Q3.'gefährlich' means dangerous. How do we say 'more dangerous'?

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Q4.Which is the following is a synonum for 'häufig'

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Q5.What is the comparative form of 'lang'?

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Q6.Wie sagt man 'sicher' auf Englisch?

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Q7.Wie schreibt man 'expensive' auf Deutsch?

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Q8.'Mehr' means....

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Q9.'noch' means

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Q10.Which option means 'bigger than'

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Q11.Which option means 'not as big as'

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Saying what you did and what you used to do

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Question 11

Q1.Wie schreibt man 'better' auf Deutsch?

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Q2.What is the antonym for 'billig'

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Q3.Which is the following is a antonym for 'häufig'

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Q4.Which of the options below has the correct comparative forms of lang, groß, alt

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Q5.'gefährlich' means dangerous. How do we say 'more dangerous'?

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Q6.Wie schreibt man 'expensive' auf Deutsch?

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Q7.Wie sagt man 'safe, secure' auf Deutsch?

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Q8.'noch' means

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Q9.Which option means 'bigger than'

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Q10.'mehr' means....

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Q11.Which option means 'not as big as'

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Quiz:

Saying what you did and what you used to do

The following questions will help you improve your recall of the vocabulary from this lesson.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Question 8

Question 9

Question 10

Question 11

Q1.Wie schreibt man 'better' auf Deutsch?

1/11

Q2.What is the antonym for 'billig'

2/11

Q3.Which is the following is a antonym for 'häufig'

3/11

Q4.Which of the options below has the correct comparative forms of lang, groß, alt

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Q5.'gefährlich' means dangerous. How do we say 'more dangerous'?

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Q6.Wie schreibt man 'expensive' auf Deutsch?

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Q7.Wie sagt man 'safe, secure' auf Deutsch?

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Q8.'noch' means

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Q9.Which option means 'bigger than'

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Q10.'mehr' means....

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Q11.Which option means 'not as big as'

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Lesson summary: Saying what you did and what you used to do

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This was the final lesson in the unit Year 8 Unit 3.

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